| Country music|
| Guitar, vocals|
| Electra Nicole Mustaine|
January 28, 1998 (age 19)
Fallbrook, California, U.S. (1998-01-28)
Musician, singer, songwriter, actor
John Mustaine, Emily Mustaine
Dave Mustaine, Michael Sweet, Justis David Mustaine, Kiko Loureiro, Nick Menza
Electra Nicole Mustaine (born January 28, 1998) is a musician, actor, model and songwriter. She currently lives in Nashville.
Mustaine is the daughter of Dave Mustaine, leader of the heavy metal band Megadeth, and Pamela Anne Casselberry. She was born in Fallbrook, California on January 28, 1998, six years after older brother Justis. Mustaine has been singing since she was seven. Mustaine moved to Nashville when she was 16.
Mustaine has been featured on Faithful Friends, co-hosting the "Itty Bitty Buddies" segment. In 2013, she started one of many partnerships with Jason Kertson, grandson of Rob Lind, with the duo performing Megadeth's "A Tout Le Monde" on Seattle's KING-TV and having a benefit concert. In 2014, Mustaine appeared as a guest vocalist on Michael Sweet's, the lead vocalist of Stryper, solo album, I'm Not Your Suicide, during the bonus track version of the song "Heart of Gold".
In 2016, Mustaine released her country music cover of "I Thought I Knew It All", a Megadeth song from the album Youthanasia, and her first original composition, "Life Is Good", which will be part of a debut extended play. She also performed at the 2016 CMA Music Festival.
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